Temple Hotels completes Hotel Saskatchewan acquisition

Temple Hotels has completed its $32.8-million acquisition of the Hotel Saskatchewan in downtown Regina. Temple said it plans to spend $6 million on renovations to the guestrooms and lobby of the hotel over a three-year period.

The 10-story hotel, which opened in 1927, was originally part of a chain of hotels built and owned by Canadian Pacific Railway.

It’s Temple’s fourth property in Saskatchewan. The company’s chain of hotels includes the Wingate by Wyndham in Regina and Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort in Moose Jaw.

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